The Media Consultant at Green Gold Agriculture Company Limited will conduct meetings with senior executives and team members of the organization.
The Media Consultant will help develop regenerative agricultural practices that allow rural farmers to sequester
carbon from their farming practices and sell them on carbon markets
The Media Consultant will identify areas of improvement
Plan, design, and develop and execute audio and video storytelling strategies for Green Gold Farms to promote its
innovative business model on regenerative agriculture and participative capitalism
Deliverables include public relations outreach, social media strategy, photo journal and promotional video in the run-up to strategic events
Design and coordinate a clear brand connection and external communication strategy between the different
stakeholders regionally and globally, in order to contribute to regenerative agriculture and sustainability initiatives
for farmers and ensure relevant dissemination to stakeholders
Support opportunities for agriculture project financing and fundraising to scale up the project beyond the pilot phase
and to support the organization’s wider financing needs
Train and engage staff on strategic communications best practices
Proven track record in public relations, social media, photography, storytelling/filmmaking
Excellent stakeholder management skills to manage very diverse stakeholders within and outside of the company
Knowledge of outgrower programs (a plus)
Knowledge of regenerative agricultural practices and carbon validation tools and carbon offset markets (a plus)
On-site presence in Northern Ghana is required
Green Gold Farms (GGF) is a Ghana-based agribusiness that combines the production of grains, legumes and pulses.
Green Gold Farms was founded with the simple goal of ending the import of key food staples in Ghana while at the
same time improving the nation’s balance of payments through agricultural exports.
Green Gold Farm is developing a carbon offset market to help rural farmers harness the benefits of international carbon markets.
The current project is being developed with the support of German development finance institution, Deutsche Gesellschaft
für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ), in its Water and Energy for Food (WFEP/WE4F) program in the
form of Integrated Development Partnerships with the Private Sector (iDPPs).
This iDPP provides financial and technical support to promising water and energy innovations